The beset head of the restricted Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has argued not blameworthy to the seven corrected charges liked against him by the Federal Government.
Kanu, who was re-summoned at the Federal High Court in Abuja on Thursday, said he was blameless of the multitude of claims evened out against him.
At the point when the charges were perused to him, he argued not blameworthy.
The Federal Government as of late altered the charges against him raising them to seven considers against the five counts he was formerly being gone after for. The new charges verge on double crossing lawful offense and psychological warfare.
Nnamdi Kanu leaving the court after his case was heard on Thursday, October 21, 2021.
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Writers were denied section into the court where Kanu’s case was heard.
In spite of the fact that Channels Television’s reporter and six different writers, were cleared at the principle entryway of the court to enter the premises, upon landing in the entryway prompting the court, equipped DSS officials denied the columnists section.
The agents demanded their activity depended on “hand from a higher place”.
In the interim, a source inside the court, advised court correspondents that the beset IPOB pioneer took his new request to the seven altered charges at around 10:45 am.
More to follow…